Shulyak Alexander Viktorovich


  • volunteer, project manager of the State Council “International Anti-Drug Association”, head of the department of preventive work in the South-East region;
  • volunteer of the State Institution “Probation Center” in the Dnipropetrovsk region.

Shared Experience

Organization and implementation of projects of public events. Youth work, teaching.

Since March 2015, member of the State Council “International Anti-Drug Association”

  • head of the project “DNEPR – a city of healthy life” (the project is the winner in 2019 and 2020 in the competition for the selection of projects of public associations for the implementation of which financial support from the budget of the city of Dnipro is provided;
  • of the project The training program “Civil Resocialization” in the framework of support of public initiatives of graduates of the course “Civic Education for Youth Workers”, which is carried out with the support of UNDP and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark.


  • 1999 – 2004 Zaporozhye National University – Faculty of History
    Specialty: History, specialist of the second category.
  • Since 2019 received a Master’s degree in Psychology at the Dnipropetrovsk Humanitarian University

Additional education
2016 – 2017

  • Practical Psychology Courses.
  • Basic Training of the Youth Worker Program.
  • Specialized Training of the Youth Worker Program.
  • Project Management and fundraising “.
  • Specialized training of the Youth Worker Program.
  • Civic Education for Youth Workers.


Co-addict group coordinator, psychotherapist

Educator by education, passed a number of trainings with the chief specialist on addiction issues, psychotherapist, head of the department of education and advanced training of the International Anti-Drug Association – Maxim Minenko.

Parents and family members who have ever attended “family lectures” and self-help groups under his leadership often said that the information was presented in a very accessible form and easy to digest.

Often, after visiting his classes, relatives of addicts are surprised: “How so? Why hasn’t anyone told me about this before? ”.